Making Inclusive Urban Places

On Friday Nov. 1, the Place Leadership Project convened a research workshop entitled Making Inclusive Urban Spaces to join the rapidly evolving conversation around designing, programming and managing spaces that are inclusive for all. A diverse set of stakeholders and experts from across the Washington region grappled with some of the most challenging issues facing management in the public realm and how our urban spaces can be more equitable. Continue reading “Making Inclusive Urban Places”

Innovations in Mobility for Southwest DC

A Keynote Address Delivered by Steve Moore at the Georgetown University “Mobility Making the Place” Research Forum which convened over 50 local non-profit organizations from across the Washington Metropolitan Region to discuss emerging practices in place-based community development. The forum was organized by the Georgetown Urban & Regional Planning program as part of its Place Leadership Project. Continue reading “Innovations in Mobility for Southwest DC”

Mobility Making the Place

On Friday May 3 at the Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies, the Place Leadership Project convened a research workshop entitled Mobility Making the Place to discuss the rapidly evolving field of transportation and mobility. A diverse set of stakeholders and experts from across the Washington region grappled with some of the most challenging issues in transportation and how they intersect with the transformation of our urban places. Continue reading “Mobility Making the Place”

Why Place Matters

A Keynote Address Delivered by Philip Sheldrake at the Georgetown University “New Faces of Place Management” Research Forum which convened over 50 local non-profit organizations from across the Washington Metropolitan Region to discuss emerging practices in place-based community development. The forum was organized by the Georgetown Urban & Regional Planning program as part of its Place Management Project. Continue reading “Why Place Matters”